Space removal is non recoverable operation. You will see from the space Removal Dialog that.
"This operation cannot be undone. Once the space is removed, it cannot be retrieved. It will be gone forever."
There is unfortunately nothing that we can do to recover it.
Daniel - Not according to what is now being displayed... It states it can be recovered by the Space Administrator (for OnDemand, that is Atlassian).
Are you sure you want to send this page to the trash?
A space administrator can actually be anyone - this is determined by your space permissions. Whoever was an admin on that space (at least the owner of that space) will be able to restore it if it is still in the trash. However, what you show here is the dialog for deleting a page, not a space.
Kay - you're correct. Got to watch my terminology. It was the page deleted and all child pages are still intack, but orphaned.
Dave - already checked the Trash and this page is not listed in order to restore inhouse. A lot of others were listed (all much older deletions) for that "space". We tried to purge some to see if newer deletions would appear, but that didn't work as well.
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